Architect Pierre d'Avoine will deliver a lecture entitled "Unparalleled" at MARCH Architecture School. He will talk about large buildings, such as Neskuchny Palace, Château de Chambord, Narkomfin building, Swiss Pavilion, and about the shape of such buildings, the interiors and the landscape. The lecture will be held as part of Architecture and Context project directed by Gleb Sobolev, an architect and a tutor at MARCH.
On Monday, March 5th, in the framework of Architecture and Context project directed by MARCH tutor, architect Gleb Sobolev, the School will host a lecture entitled "Unparalleled" by architect Pierre d'Avoine.
During the lecture, Pierre d'Avoine will talk about large buildings, such as palaces, as well as the suburban landscapes and public premises and spaces that they comprise. He will also touch upon the common shape and silhouette of such buildings, their grandiose interiors and their relation to the landscape, and how the issues of communication and public life were solved in space - in halls and chambers of palaces, Soviet projects, salons of a bourgeois residence, and local Starbucks cafes. The buildings that will be discussed during the lecture include Neskuchny Palace, Château de Chambord, Elizabethan Court Houses, Narkomfin building, and the Swiss Pavilion.
The lecture will be held in English, without interpretation.
The lecture will begin at 19:00.